Sharon Osbourne praised Adele’s weight loss, adding that she did not believe “a really big woman” was “really happy” in …
The 67-year-old TV personality discussed the dramatic change in appearance by the British singer on Tuesday’s episode of his virtual CBS chat “Talks. “
Her comments came after the Instagram photo that Adele shared last week to mark her 32nd birthday sending the internet into a spiral.
The “Someone Like You” singer looked thinner and his dramatic transformation sparked debate about body image.
Some commentators claim that celebrating Adele’s new appearance improves the body’s slim status in society at the expense of those who don’t agree to be thin.
But Osbourne threw his support behind Adele, saying: “It’s time he lost weight, that’s all, on his journey, in his life.
“He must feel, you know, I’ll try and lose weight, for whatever reason – health, I’m sure.”
Osbourne urged everyone to be happy for the singer because it was a personal decision.
“He looks very fantastic. I am happy for him and everyone should be happy for him, because that is his choice. He doesn’t do it for anyone other than himself. So, everyone should be happy for him. “
Osbourne later revealed that when he was overweight 100 pounds he was more comfortable when he was with “bigger women” because he “felt like we had something in common.”
“We have never talked about it, but there is a fundamental relationship that we have,” he added.
Adele does not discuss weight loss when sharing photos on Instagram. Instead, he took the opportunity to praise the work of frontline health care staff during coronavirus pandemic.
Osbourne, who married Black Sabbath rocker Ozzy Osbourne, underwent gastric band surgery in 1999 which helped him lose weight.
He added: “When very big women say they are truly happy in their bodies, I don’t believe them.”
Pondering his own battle with body image, the mother of three explained, “I’m really big and I’m not happy.”
Osbourne said he might look happy on the surface, “but at night in bed, alone, I’m very unhappy.”
CNN has contacted an Adele representative to comment.
In Adele’s post last week, the Grammy winner paid tribute to health workers, writing in her statement: “I want to thank all the first respondents and our important workers for keeping us safe while risking their lives! You are truly our angel.”
He added: “2020 okay, thank you, x.”
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